Electrolisis percutanea intramuscular (EPTE)

Electrolisis percutanea intramuscular (EPTE)

TheTherapeutic Percutaneous Electrolysis EPTE® is the revolutionary technique for thetreatment of tendinopathies. It uses microcurrents so that the application is practicallyPAINLESS for the patient.EPTE® It's a techniqueEFFECTIVE, FAST in your application, and that shortens the recovery times of the patient and therefore the healthcare costs. EPTE® is the first percutaneous therapeutic electrolysis equipment with the sanctuary CE certificate that endorses its health benefits.

TheTherapeutic Percutaneous Electrolysis EPTE® consists of the application ofmicrocurrents through an acupuncture needle. In this way, the physiotherapist accesses the damaged soft tissue and thus induces its self-healing. Thetherapeutic percutaneous electrolysis causes a physical reaction intendon. Thanks to its intensity modulator (μA/cm2) controlled inflammation is generated, necessary for recovery. Low intensity currents hardly produce a slight tingling in the patient. On 48 hours, Mobility is regained and the pain of the injury has lessened.Percutaneous Therapeutic Electrolysis EPTE® it is indicated for all types of patients, from elite athletes to workers or housewives. High success rate in invasive physiotherapy: with EPTE®, thousands of patients have already regained their life without pain. EPTE® is the first percutaneous electrolysis equipment guaranteed withCE sanitary

BENEFITS OF THERAPEUTIC PERCUTANEOUS ELECTROLYSIS

EPTE® activates the first phase of any paralyzed regenerative process in tendinopathy. Through this process, degenerated tissue is destroyed and an inflammatory response phase is triggered., necessary for any regeneration process. It is the body itself that begins its recovery, induced by the effect of therapeutic percutaneous electrolysis.

  • Painless technique.
  • Rapid recovery from tendinopathies.
  • Effective technique.
  • CE sanitary certificate

APPLICATIONS OF EPTE®

The professional will apply the treatment with Therapeutic Percutaneous Electrolysis with tissue damage or if the usual conservative treatment has failed. After the application ofEPTE®, the professional will make a compressive anti-ischemic bandage to approximate the walls.
After performing thetreatment with percutaneous electrolysis, in any pathology, NEVER APPLY ICE or take anti-inflammatories. We will start the work sessionseccentric after applying heat with any medium.

TREATMENT WITH EPTE® IS INDICATED IN:

  • Supraspinatus tendon.
  • Patellar tendon.
  • Achilles tendon.
  • Epicondyle.
  • Fascia plantar.
  • Fiber breakage.
  • Pubis
  • Other types of tendinopathies

NOT RECOMMENDEDapply Therapeutic Percutaneous Electrolysis in the following cases:

  • In prosthetics.
  • People with pacemakers.
  • Pregnant
  • Oncological processes
  • Thrombophlebitis
  • Skin conditions
  • Neurosensory disorders

Contact

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Monday to Friday from 9:00h – 20:00

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T. 931138993

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